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When I started The Puppy Nanny LLC fifteen years ago, my only focus was helping the owners of new puppies.
Over the years, I started working with dogs of all ages. Early on, I needed the business. Later, I wanted to help everyone and every dog that I could.
I am happy to announce that once again The Puppy Nanny will be focusing solely on puppies and adolescent dogs up to 15 months of age.
Our New Puppy Programs - What this means for you
The Puppy Nanny can now help you before you get your new puppy and stay with you throughout your puppy’s first year. We will be there not just for housetraining, chew training, and other baby puppy problems, but we can help you navigate through all of the developmental milestones that you and your puppy will encounter in the first 12 months.
This is not a 6 week and done puppy class that simply teaches your puppy
to sit and come (sometimes), but an immersive program that includes
so much more.
Our puppy programs are an investment in your puppy and your future together.
Our new 3, 6, or 10-month programs are specifically designed for puppies aged 10 weeks to 15 months.
Getting a puppy while sheltering in place seemed like the perfect thing to do. But, after three days, we realized we needed help to keep from becoming big chew toys and to help us all learn good puppy/dog behavior.
We were worried about socializing our puppy and about finding a trainer to work with while in quarantine. Sue was recommended by a mutual friend who is passionate about animals and a longtime participant
in dog nose-work.
We set up a once a week meeting over Zoom with Sue. We talk about the challenges we’re facing with
our puppy and Sue provides training techniques appropriate to our puppy’s age and temperament.
She is able to demonstrate the techniques with her dog and then watch and correct our efforts during
our Zoom training session. Sue follows up each training session with handouts and video demonstrations
with additional information.
Sue encouraged us to keep a potty log. It seemed like a lot of work, but the log has helped us understand how to
get our puppy onto a manageable schedule. It also helped to alert us to a bladder infection and because we were able to convey so much detail, our vet moved up our emergency visit time to get our puppy the help she needed.
Our puppy still likes to chew on us, but thanks to Sue, we’ve learned how to correct through reward.
We know that our puppy will grow up to be a good dog. But, thanks to Sue and our Zoom training sessions,
we are working toward a polite 80lb dog that’s playful but does not pull on the lead, jump on people
to say hello or beg at the table.
In person training would be wonderful. But, Sue’s experience makes online training the perfect way
to becoming good puppy / dog parents!
Chuck Floyd - Easley SC
Please leave your dog at home.
113 East College St., Simpsonville, SC 29681
10:00 am – 02:00 pm